More information to properly answer this question is needed and most likely a proper answer can only be provided if one were to review both contracts. If this the situation where the same parties wrote up 1 contract and then agreed to write up a 2nd contract? Or is the property owner party to...Read more »
You do not need an attorney, however, it is highly advisable to employ an experienced title attorney to ensure that your sale does not have a clouded title. The cost of hiring an experienced attorney now can save you a lot of money later if you end up in litigation down the road based on an...Read more »
You can always see your interest in the property but as you might guess, it is usually difficult to find a buyer for something he may not be able to do anything without the co-owner's consent. It is also possible you can try to force a judicial sale of the property and if you decide to go...Read more »
I've been trying to purchase a piece of property in town for going on 7 months now. We have had extension after extension because of some title work. Come to find out the seller isnt the sole owner of the property. The other owner is tempted not to sell to us and wants to sell the property to... Read more »
If you want a lawsuit to make the owner(s) sell the property, then I do not think a suit for specific performance is going to get you there unless you have all of the owners sign the purchase agreement or you can prove that the owner who did sign the purchase agreement had authority to sell the...Read more »
Hi, my husband and I are selling our home by owner. We have someone who verbally made us an offer on the house. Im unsure if im required to draw up a purchase agreement or if thats supposed to be his obligation. Also, if I can pay a real estate attorney to do the purchase agreement if so? Neither... Read more »
At some point in time something is going to have to be drawn up and signed, most likely called the Act of Cash sale. Who is preparing that? Before the act of cash sale, most times the parties have a purchase agreement prepared and signed so that the parties have in writing the details of the...Read more »
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there is so much more and i do have proof its just finding a lawyer that will listen and take interest. this could turn into a huge case and ive been told poss. movie,,,lol. there is alot and these people have stolen, lied, bullied, and manipulate
Please understand that attorneys in this forum are not allowed to contact you, provide their contact information in a response, or in any way try to solicit your business or indicate their availability to help. You need to make the first contact. Click on "Find a Lawyer" above and...Read more »
he is administrator and has completely neglected the property, home and funds- he has used ins funds and never fixed the home then claimed more damage and had appraisals done that changed from C5 to C3 even though the home is gutted and unlivable-however his lawyer attacks me in an 11 page... Read more »
Do you have an attorney? If you have an attorney representing you, then please discuss this with him. If you do not have an attorney, then please use the Justia search function and look for succession/probate attorneys in your area, set up a consultation or 2, discuss your issues, obtain your...Read more »
As long as the donor is of sound mind, the donor should be able to donate his/her interest to whomever he/she wants----since you are discuss a house, which I interpret to mean real property, there are rules on how to donate real property, which if not followed, may nullify the donation----so, I...Read more »
Wants to revoke saying the witnesses were not present. Her attorney wants us to sign a stipulation saying we agree it’s not valid. We don’t want to sign because this doc has cost us thousands of dollars and would like recourse. We do have a court date...question is can we not sign and let... Read more »
If you have a court date, then a lawsuit has been filed. You indicate that "...this doc has costs us thousands of dollars and would like recourse." You need to immediately consult with an attorney or 2, and then hopefully hire one to represent you. Good luck.
My father had an investment account with cash and stocks that he inherited. We have recently divided the cash asset from the account but I have asked to be bought out completely. My brother says it's not possible. I want to know if it is possible or if I can force the sale of the stocks? I... Read more »
Live in Louisiana. She spent money out of her account through your marriage on a variety of things. Food, house note, etc. am I legally obligated to pay that back? And if so wouldn’t that open her account up as community property
Your attorney should be able to argue that daily expenditure was a gift. But for any major expenditure, like a home remodel or car, she would be entitled to a reimbursement if she has the bank statement, invoice, or cancelled check to prove it.
It is possible but few lenders would be willing to loan against such defective collateral. The borrowers might see if they can borrow enough money to buy out the non-borrower's interest in the real property. The loan, note, deed, and security instrument can all be executed in one closing.
I'm not sure how much nor the status of the case. I received a message that it was in there. My siblings had the heir's property partitioned sometime last year. I'm sure it isn't much and would like to withdraw it on my own if possible are there special forms that I need to use... Read more »
Depending on the status, you want to have an Order signed by the Judge stating that you are entitled to withdraw/receive those funds from the registry. Depending on the status and amount, it might be best to have a lawyer represent you and accomplish this.
When land transfers and a deceased person is involved, my usual answer is to hire a probate/succession lawyer to consult and possibly hire-----you want to make sure the transfer is correctly done and thus the reason you should have legal counsel. Add in the additional factor of the land being out...Read more »
You need to pay for a review of the contract by an attorney and bring the entire lease. The 60 day notice provision, if accurately represented, is "valid" because parties may contract on any matter not prohibited by law. Your question is unclear on how you think you can recover 60 days...Read more »
Cops told me she will press charges tomorrow if anything broken or damaged. She doesn’t even live there. She illegally evicted me 10 days ago. Never served an eviction notice. She gifted me her home, got pissed at the world one day, told the cops that she allowed me to stay there while she was... Read more »
They evicted us during the cares act protection. They forced us to move in a home with no roof and no heat with four children 4 year old boy with ADHD and a hearing problem, 7 year old girl who was distraught and cried, a 14-year-old who also had a very rough time with this and a 17 year old who... Read more »
Your only chance of saving your property is if you retain an experienced LA mortgage foreclosure defense and bankruptcy attorney. Unfortunately, there is no basis to file a lawsuit against the mortgage company based on your stated facts. THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE! YOU NEED TO SPEAK TO AN ATTORNEY...Read more »
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